Special Folders


K

Keith

I am running out of space on the drive which holds 'My Documents', I have
therefore created a folder called 'My Music' on another drive with far more
free space and moved all my music into it.

What I want to do now is to use this new folder as 'My Music' as opposed to
the old 'My Music' folder within 'My Documents', I know this is possible as
I did it once before on a previous PC, can anyone remind me please?

I am running Windows XP with SP2.

Thanks

Keith
 
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K

Keith

Thanks, but just dragging the folder into another drive simply copies all
the contents and leaves the original folder and contents, so clicking on 'My
Music' on the start menu simply opens up the original folder.
 
G

Guest

Right, drag copies, Ctrl-drag moves.

or edit:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Shell
Folders
 
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